Fire Sprinkler Inspector
Fire Sprinkler Inspectors are responsible for performing all inspections associated with fire sprinkler systems. These inspections will require visual and functional testing and may require the Inspector to perform minor repairs on the system. All testing and repairs will be conducted in accordance with all national and local requirements.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform tests on all fire sprinkler and water based systems.
- Perform service on systems per NFPA 25 standards.
- Follow schedule created by supervisor and scheduling coordinator to ensure all
jobs are completed at the end of the day.
- Maintain accurate documentation of all inspections, maintenance, and repairs
- Collect all necessary information for accurate reports prior to leaving a job site.
- Provide instructions to customer on how to operate and perform routine inspections on their systems.
- Adhere to company and OSHA safety standards, policies, and procedures.
Complete required training and certifications.
The preferred qualifications below are representative of the elements we believe are required
to perform the job successfully; however, in some cases, combinations of education, training, and certifications held by an applicant may meet the job requirements.
- A high school diploma or GED is required.
- OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 is preferred.
- Preference will be given to applicants with a NICET II in Inspections and Testing of Water-Based Systems.
Ability to use an iPad and an iPhone. Must be able to use email and text messaging apps. Familiarization with ServiceTrade is preferred, but training is available. The job duties may require proficient use of Microsoft Office suite.
Must have the ability to read, write, and understand English to communicate with coworkers and customers. Bi-lingual is a plus. Must be able to read and analyze inspection documents and reports. Employees shall be able to respond to common inquires or complaints for customers, partners, and other members of the business community while remaining professional.
During the performance of daily duties and tasks, a Helper is required to frequently bend, ascend and descend ladders, step stools, and stairs, kneel, lift weights in excess of 50 pounds, and reach above and below the height of their shoulders. Employees may also be required to stand and walk for an extended period of time, depending on job location. Employees may also need to balance, crouch, kneel sit, and twist. Driving and working at heights are requirements.
Work environments will change depending on job location. Frequent local travel is expected. Employees will work indoors and outdoors and may be exposed to elements like rain, sleet, and snow. Helpers should expect to work around machinery. Noise level depends on location. Personal protective equipment will be provided.